Kim Kardashian shared a picture of her and Thierry Mugler, who died of natural causes at 73 years old
Kim Kardashian was heartbroken as she paid tribute to the iconic fashion designer Thierry Mugler.
The fashion visionary died at the age of 73, with the news being confirmed on his Instagram page.
Born Manfred Thierry Mugler, the icon dressed the likes of Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Diana Ross and Kim – who wore his design at the Met Gala in 2019.
“Manfred Thierry Mugler,” she began her post along with a broken heart emoji.
“My heart breaks. There’s no one like you! Your vision, your transformations, your magic! I am so honored to have known you, spent time with you and be a muse for you.
“There was so much more for you to show the world and that we had planned to do together, but you already gave us so much.”
She continued: “I will never forget our time together around the world and learning from the master himself on what couture really meant! You always said beauty will save the world – and you really believed it was a better place because of the beauty all around!
“Thank you for the beauty. I love you so much. My condolences go to Manfred’s family, friends, JB and his incredible team – and everyone who loved him and who’s lives he has touched.”
Along with the touching tribute, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star shared a carousel of sweet snaps of her hanging out with Thierry and wearing his designs.
In one picture, Kim and Thierry were engrossed in a conversation as they laughed away.
She also shared many iconic looks designed by Thierry, including a revealing black gown she wore to the Hollywood Beauty Awards as well as a magical two-structured ensemble
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News of his death was confirmed with a blank black image on his Instagram.
The caption read: “#RIP We are devastated to announce the passing of Mr Manfred Thierry Mugler on Sunday January 23rd 2022. May his soul Rest In Peace.”
Thierry made his name in the fashion industry throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, with his designs being showcased in many different places, from the runway to stage shows.
Throughout his illustrious career, he dressed a wide range of stars across the entertainment and music world, including George Michael, David Bowie, Katy Perry, and Rihanna.
As well as his huge clothing contributions over three decades, he also left his mark in the fragrance industry after creating a large line of best-selling perfumes.
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